|Please take care of your pets humanely|
Editor, The Bulletin;
Re: House cats not welcome drop offs.
Well said Joan Dick!! Please add acreages to that list! We have had animals dropped off spring, fall, winter and summer. In winter, quite simply, they die or become food for the other local critters, i.e. dogs, coyotes, foxes, hawks...
One summer, we even had a pet carrier dropped off, wedged very nicely in our shelterbelt with an open door, a nice wee blanket in it – near gave me a heart attack when I found it while mowing. Never did see the animal – the dogs, coyotes, foxes or hawks got it first. Full Story >